Haunted Shores Network 2022 Conference

The Haunted Shores network is running its 2nd Annual Conference on Friday 20th May, free and online! The Haunted Shores network is running its second annual conference on Friday 20th May, free and online, on “En-tangled approaches to seaweed”. This is an interdisciplinary event on the cultural representation of the seaweed, coastal ecologies, and human/nonhuman (especially … Continue reading “Haunted Shores Network 2022 Conference”

Humphry Davy and Victor Frankenstein

Please join us on Friday 6th May 5:00pm to 7:00pm in Arts 103 for an in person event with Prof. Sharon Ruston. In this talk I will introduce the nineteenth-century chemist Humphry Davy, his notebooks, and our project to crowdsource transcriptions of them using Zooniverse: https://www.zooniverse.org/projects/humphrydavy/davy-notebooks-project. I will focus on one notebook in particular, kept in … Continue reading “Humphry Davy and Victor Frankenstein”

Image, Copies, and Copyright: Illustrations of Nana Sahib, the “Butcher of Cawnpore”

Please join us on Wednesday 27th April at 5:00pm to 7:00pm in Arts 103 for an exciting talk with Prof. Priti Joshi. Join us for an exciting talk in which Professor Priti Joshi will introduce us to her current project on illustrations and technologies for the mass-production of illustrations in the 19th-century press. The talk will focus on … Continue reading “Image, Copies, and Copyright: Illustrations of Nana Sahib, the “Butcher of Cawnpore””

Weird Ecologies and the Limits of Environmentalism

Please join us on Thursday 12th May 5:00pm to 7:00pm in Arts 103 for a fascinating talk with Prof. Dennis Denisoff. The Victorians thought and acted in ways we could now recognise as environmentalist, but they did so through their own methods and cultural matrices. My talk addresses an ecological worldview that contrasts with the … Continue reading “Weird Ecologies and the Limits of Environmentalism”

Wednesday 23 March, 1pm-5:20pm, Arts 103: Postgraduate Study Day 2022

Please join us on Wednesday 23 March 1pm-5:20pm in Arts 103 for this 19th Century Centre study day. The 19th Century Centre PGT/R Study Day will be going ahead on Wednesday 23rd March 2022. The theme of the day will be ‘Celebration’ and we have a brilliant line-up of speakers (Ross Conway, Natasha Booth-Johnson, Gemma Larkin, Alan … Continue reading “Wednesday 23 March, 1pm-5:20pm, Arts 103: Postgraduate Study Day 2022”